Cypress Falls at the Woodlands
2598 Oswego Drive, North Port, Florida 34289
Gated 55+ Community of Cypress Falls at the Woodlands on Florida's Gulf Coast Has Single Family Homes, Town Homes, an Activities Director, a Putting Green, Gardening Plots and More
Tucked between Tampa and Fort Myers on Florida's mid-Gulf Coast, the North Port community of Cypress Falls at the Woodlands stretches along Florida's I-75. Lennar Homes halted construction on the development in 2008 at about 150 homes. Del Webb/Pulte took over in 2012. Construction is ongoing, with Centex Homes now building many of the residences.
The number of single family and town homes has swollen to more than 700. Attached villas can be up to 1,651 square feet with two to three bedrooms and a two-car garage. Single family properties can have two to five bedrooms with a two to three car garage. Some homes have a lanai, a breakfast bar, a great room, granite countertops, a den, and a private spa. All dwellings feature Mediterranean style architecture.
Prices begin in the mid- to high-$100,000s. Please verify this with a Realtor as prices may change.
The community has a full-time activities director and personal trainers on staff. The expansive clubhouse has a library, an internet cafe, a billiards room, and a fitness center. Outdoor, residents can paddle in a heated swimming pool or train in a resistance pool. Cypress Falls also maintains two tennis courts, four bocce ball courts, gardening plots, and a putting green. The weekly calender is filled with aerobics classes, movie nights, book clubs, candlelight yoga, and line dancing.
The area around North Port boasts more than 80 miles of blueways and canals. The city manages 26 parks and facilities. Its art center holds classes for adults and children. The North Port Performing Arts Center is home to the city's concert band, chorale, and symphony. The amenities of Charlotte Harbor, Venice, Sarasota, Punta Gorda, and Myakka State Forest are minutes away.
North Port does not have a hospital, but Fawcett Memorial Hospital is only nine miles away in Charlotte and is accredited.
This area has a humid subtropical climate, meaning two seasons a year. Summer and early fall are hot and humid. Late fall and winter are less humid and cooler. On average, the area receives 54 inches of rain per year.
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